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This explains why iron is so concentrated" in mussels' glue, Garrell says.
I am currently having my fifth-graders use glue and oil pastels to capture the essence of animals in cartoon form.
There'll be enough glycerin, paint, confetti and glue left over to make another globe or two with the addition of another lidded jar and another figure to go inside.
The glue application of both labelling systems results from a closed hot melt unit.
Glue a bead in the center of the lid for a handle or glue several flat buttons together.
Glue a photo to the back of each letter so that it fills the aperture.
In 1951, Mr Coover and another researcher recognised the potential for the strong adhesive, and it was first sold in 1958, according to the Super Glue Corp's website.
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The glue dries slightly raised on the surface, lending itself to several exciting treatments.
MATERIALS 1/4 yard cotton fabric * 1/2-inch-wide headbands * Glue gun * Fabric scissors * Tacky glue